Body of Evidence

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Join Dr. Menton in Body of Evidence as he explores human anatomy. Using a life-size torso of the human body, Dr. Menton will demonstrate the location, and structure numerous organs. He will also display prepared slides of actual specimens to show God’s special design in organs and their function at the cellular level.

Body of Evidence is part of the Discover the Truth series presented by Dr. David Menton. Dr. Menton holds a PhD in Cell Biology from Brown University and was an associate professor of anatomy for many years at the respected Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Through his years of teaching he gained many anecdotal tidbits and stories to share about human anatomy. Now he loves sharing his knowledge with Creation Museum guests. Dr. Menton's brilliant intermingling of scriptural truth and scientific principles is truly eye-opening and enhances the learning experience for all ages.

Drawing on his years of experience and knowledge, Dr. Menton will teach you amazing facts about the human body. Learn how parts of your body resemble a deflated balloon, Easter egg grass, and bubble wrap! Discover that none of us are really older than 15! Did you know we were created to live forever, but something happened to corrupt our design? Have you ever heard about the “hooks” on your tongue? And just how do dead skin cells know when to fall off? We really are miraculous creations and were truly “knit” together in our mother's wombs. Psalm 139.

Tickets are $3.50 with museum admission; Members and Passholders receive a 10% discount off on-site purchases. Purchase your tickets in advance by calling Reservations at 800-721-2298 or buy online.

Private Programs

Private workshops can be booked for groups (subject to availability) at the rate of $3.30 per person. The minimum group size is 25 and the maximum is 90. When you book your group's visit with Group Reservations ask about a private workshop for your group.

This program is a Science Series Workshop sponsored by Bob Jones University.